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Smart Building Technologies in the Philippines

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HENRY SY BUILDING
STRATFORD RESIDENCES
Smart Building Technologies in the Philippines
Leadership
in
Energy
and
Environmental
Design
initiated in America by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) in the year 2000 and has since become the globally recognized standard for green building certification.
BERDE Program

>created by PHILGBC as an appropriate response to the Philippine building industry’s need to proactively address the negative impacts of climate change in the property sector


sustainable site development
materials selection
and indoor environmental quality
Intelligent Building Certification in the Philippines
water savings
energy efficiency
BERDE for New Construction

BERDE for Retrofits and Renovations

BERDE for Operations
HENRY SY BUILDING

Zuellig Building
Paseo de Roxas and Makati Avenue, Philippines
Location:
Number of Stories:
Awards:
pre-certified gold by the US Green Building Council for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)
recognized by Mipim in the office building category
a French-based body, is equivalent to the Oscars of the property development industry. With this development, the Zuellig Building is already assured of a place in one of Mipim’s categories: Best Office and Business Development.
Building Type:
Office Tower (Business Commercial)
On July 16, 2013, the US GBC upgraded the certification to its highest level:
Platinum
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CONCEPT: Habitable Tree
INTELLIGENT BUILDING CRITERIA

> BUILDING AND BUILT ENVIRONMENT

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN:
i. Diagonal aluminum fins
1. Placement is computed for. These fins are positioned to redirect diffused daylight into the building.
2. Reduces the building’s direct heat gain.
3. Preventing heat from entering the building while allowing light to enter the building; allows the building to use less artificial lighting during the day
4. Aluminum material

BUILDING AND BUILT ENVIRONMENT
Sustainable Design:
CURTAIN WALL:
Glass
Viracon sheets of double-glazed glass or curtain wall
double-paned glass panels have low emissivity coating: minimize solar heat gain and energy loss while maximizing the penetration of light
Frits
strips that run parallel from the building’s lower level up to its 33rd level
purpose: deflect the sun’s glare and insulate the building from the afternoon heat, resulting in more natural light and lower use of air-conditioning especially during daytime
>ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

*
Solar Panels
provided to convert sunlight into electricity for the building

IRRIGATION SYSTEM:
network of underground sprinkler systems that uses gray or rainwater for watering plants and flushing toilets
WATERING: installation of plastic receptacles underneath the soil to store some water (The plants’ roots have a way of absorbing them.)
Traditional “UFAD”
The whole structure is on stilts. This elevation allows air to enter from below. The warm air sucks up the cool air. Therefore, underfloor air distribution concept is at work in the building without much use of ducts and the like.
Pocket indoor gardens and open spaces for cross ventilation and insulation
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
Elevator System
Total of 21 Elevators
Low-Zone   8 Elevators
High–Zone  8 Elevators
Parking    2 Elevators
Service    2 Elevators
Retail pavilion 1 Scenic Elevator
I. BASIC INFORMATION

Location:
Kalayaan Avenue, Makati City, Philippines

Number of Stories:
74

Total land area:
3,513 square meters.

Description:

-Tallest residential building in the Philippines
-In 2009, BCI Asia awarded The Stratford Residences the Best Design award for its distinct curvilinear design.

Building Type:
Residential and commercial building

Status:
Under-construction

Design:

According to the architect, its "folded facade is not just for aesthetics, it helps in capturing and maximizing the presence of natural and artificial light.”
The elevators servicing the office tower utilize Schindler’s Port Technology-Destination Dispatch System. This technology directs passengers to assigned elevator cabs and limits crowding and cueing to improve lobby traffic.
Double High-Pitched Roof
>considered the country’s tropical climate
> allow warm air to exit the building
HENRY SY BUILDING
STRATFORD RESIDENCES
Roof Deck Design
1. Roof Deck is covered with plants to help in the insulation of the building’s interior
I. BASIC INFORMATION:
Location:
Taft Avenue, Philippines
(De La Salle University - Taft)
Number of Stories:
15
Windows
- Use of double-glazed glass
Achievements:
Building Type:
Academic Building
LEED-certified
First academic structure to be rated with the Philippine Green Building Council’s Building Ecologically Responsive Design Excellence (
Berde
) standard
a measure of the environmental friendliness of a structure (similar to the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standard developed in the US)
II. ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS:
Bonus:
Example of Tropical Design
Mañosa Architecture
Francisco “Bobby” Mañosa
BERDE Green Building Rating System

> (under the BERDE Program) used to measure, verify, and monitor the environmental performance of buildings that exceeds existing mandatory regulations and standards
THANK YOU!
Esparagoza, Joanna O.
Junio, Jessica M.
So, Sheena Q.
Tan, Geocerie D.
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